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Former 'Survivor' Producer Arrives to Mexico to Stand Trial for Wife's Murder

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Bruce Beresford-Redman, a former producer of "Survivor," arrived in Mexico at about 10:40 p.m. last night, where he'll stand trial on charges of killing his wife while the two were on vacation, reports CBS Los Angeles.

Monica Burgos' body was found near where the couple was staying during a trip in April of 2010. Beresford-Redman had reported her missing several days earlier. But Burgos' family reported that Beresford-Redman was having an affair, and hotel staff and guests told officials that they had heard screaming and commotion the night that Burgos allegedly went missing.

Beresford-Redman chose not to appeal a U.S. court's decision to allow him to be extradited, notes KTLA. At the time, his lawyer issued a statement saying, "He is innocent and it is his hope that the court in Mexico will assure that he receives a fair trial in which, he is confident, he will be exonerated."